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FIG. 23 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with an oblique face in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 26 is a plan view of the diffuser duct with an oblique face in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 29 is a plan cross section view of a single turbine generator unit with 20 longitudinal hole through the hub in a ducted unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 28 is a plan cross section view of a single turbine generator unit with a solid hub in a ducted unidirectional turbine according to the invention. Therefore the geometric range of (Autict/Ainet) for the duct 40 disclosed above may desirably provide benefits including one or more of: reducing the structural load imposed on the generator by the duct 40, reducing hydrodynamic drag due to the duct 40, reducing 15 manufacturing, deployment and maintenance/replacement cost of the duct 40, reducing overall depth and length of the duct 40, and reducing generation of downstream turbulence, which may also desirably reduce the effect of an upstream generator unit on one or more downstream units such as in a generator array or farm configuration, thereby providing for optimal exploitation of a unidirectional fluid flow resource.

FIG. 47 is a cross-sectional view of a hydro turbine anti-friction bearing according to an optional embodiment of the invention. WO 2011/134090 PCT/CA2011/050264 4 Another object of the present invention according to one embodiment is to provide a hydro turbine generator including a single-sided axial-flux magnetic generator which provides an axial bearing function to support at least a portion of an axial bearing load. FIG. 9 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and an oblong 10 outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. Dolor lumbar derecho causas . 3 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. A further object of the present invention according to an embodiment thereof is to provide a hydro turbine generator with one or more turbine blades comprising multiple beaded surface features to improve the efficiency and performance of the turbine.

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FIG. 4 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 15 is a side elevation view of the diffuser duct with lateral intake hoods and vents in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. The Thompson reference discloses an axial flow unidirectional turbine enclosed within a rigid venturi nozzle and including a flexible fabric flow collector duct extending upstream of the turbine to attempt to capture 10 water flow in a funnel shaped collector duct arrangement. The 30 hub nose 21 may be ogive shaped or have ogive shaped caps in order to minimize drag into WO 2011/134090 PCT/CA2011/050264 9 and out of the duct 40. A series of vanes are located upstream and/or downstream of turbine blades and are disposed radially about the hub 20. Any suitable number of vanes may be implemented such as may be determined according to hydrodynamic and structural requirements for a particular application.

FIG. 43 is a rear view of an exemplary hydro turbine blade comprising a tapered tip, 20 according to an embodiment of the present invention. FIG. 42 is a side view of the exemplary hydro turbine blade shown in FIG. Dolor lumbar y estreñimiento . The duct 40 may be a cylinder of constant or converging internal diameter, or, optionally, the interior walls may diverge in order to increase the mass flow of water flowing through the duct 40. Additionally, the duct 40 includes an opening at the intake end or inlet 42 and an opening at the outflow end 20 or outlet 44. In a particular embodiment the inlet 42 is circular in an elevation view and the outlet 44 is oblong, in order to minimize the height profile of the turbine 10 in potentially relatively shallow sites, or sites with navigational clearance restrictions (such as rivers or seaways for example) while maximizing flow, turbine blade diameter and therefore power output.

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In one embodiment, the inlet 42 is substantially circular in the elevation view, and the outlet 44 is oblong. FIG. 18 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with aft diffusion cut-outs in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 21 is a plan view of the diffuser duct with aft diffusion cut-outs in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. 20 is a side elevation view of the diffuser duct with aft diffusion cut-outs in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 35 is a plan view of the exemplary hydro turbine blade shown in FIG.

  1. FIG. 5B depicts a perspective view of another embodiment of a kinetic energy conversion system
  2. Sangrado intenso
  3. Ceguera temporal de uno o ambos ojos
  4. Reducción significativa del interés o placer por la mayoría de las actividades cotidianas
  5. Completa 3 series de 10 repeticiones
  6. El posterior que es más pálido
  7. Miel (25 g)
  8. Una base de datos de NCD en la que se puede buscar

More particularly, 30 another object of the present invention is to provide a unidirectional hydro turbine WO 2011/134090 PCT/CA2011/050264 3 apparatus for flooded use in unidirectional water flow environments that addresses some of the limitations of the prior art. Various valve elements 46-50 are provided to control the motion and output of the ram piston 24. Valves 46 and 47 respectively control the output of hydraulic fluid from the cylinder 26 to the output line 34. Valves 48 and 49 control the flow of hydraulic fluid between cylinder 26 and sump 28. Valve 50 in a bypass conduit 52 is capable of controlling the rate of motion of piston 24 independently of the control function exercised by the other valves. FIG. 8 is an isometric view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and an oblong outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. 40 is a plan view of the exemplary hydro turbine blade shown in FIG.

FIG. 50 is a schematic view of an in-stream hydro turbine generator farm 600 according to an embodiment of the invention. 5 FIG. 7 is a rear elevation view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. 5 is a side elevation view of the diffuser duct with a circular inlet and outlet in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention. FIG. Dolor parte externa de la rodilla . 16 is a plan view of the diffuser duct with lateral intake hoods and vents in a unidirectional turbine according to the invention.

The longitudinal or central hole functions to reduce the resulting flow separation downstream of the hub 20 and therefore increases the total mass flow through the turbine annulus or flow area. 25 4. SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION It is an object of the present invention to implement an apparatus for a hydro turbine generator that overcomes some of the disadvantages of the prior art. 3. BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 20 Underwater hydro turbines for generating electrical power from water flows are known in the art. FIG. 2 illustrates the profile of the inner surface of the duct 40 from the start of the flare section of the duct to the downstream or outlet edge.